Bishop McGuinness working on offensive pace
Under new coach Justin Jones, Bishop McGuinness is trying to pick up the pace on offense.
Thursday night’s scrimmage against Lawton MacArthur proved that it’s still a work in progress.
“They’ve gotta learn now what that game speed is,” Jones said of the young players on his team. “Our motors have gotta be running full tilt every time we’re on the field.”
Lawton MacArthur is known for its speed, and it was on fully display Thursday.
“I couldn’t have asked for a better opponent,” Jones said. “They’re very well coached. They get after it. That’s what you want from a scrimmage — you want to learn under fire, but you also want it to be a scrimmage situation where it doesn’t count.”
Senior offensive lineman Charlie Evenson said: “We’re getting the pace as the days go by. This team was a great scrimmage for us since we are working on our pace and they are such a fast-paced team.”
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